Today Headlines

  • 15-year-old Boy "Badly Injured" in Tiburon Hit-and-Run (CBS5)
  • San Rafael Cyclist Critically Injured by Driver in Crash on San Lucas Road (Marin IJ)
  • PARK(ing) Day One Sign of "Shift Away From the Dominance" of the Automobile (SF Gate Op-Ed)
  • Presidio Trust to Close Roads in Traffic Calming Experiment (Matier & Ross, SF Examiner)
  • SF Business Times: "What Does San Francisco Really Want Market Street to Be?" 
  • SFPD’s Ingelside Station to Launch "Operation Safe Muni" (BCN via CBS5)
  • MTA Chief Nat Ford Sits Down for a 20-Minute On-Camera Interview with the SF Appeal
  • John King Writes About P2P Plazas as New Public Art Spaces (SF Gate)
  • Dumbarton Bridge Due for a Retrofit (SF Examiner)
  • LA to Vegas High-Speed Rail Project Gets $45 Million in Federal Funds (LAT)
  • Report: Spend HSR Money Where the Most People Would Use It (NY Observer)
  • India’s "Ladies Special" Train Service a Respite From Harassment By Male Commuters (NYT)
  • Closing Presidio Blvd to vehicles is a pretty bold move by the Presidio Trust. That’s my (bike) route into the Presidio, and the northbound vehicle traffic during the morning rush is pretty heavy as it travels through Upper Sacramento neighborhood. That slows the 43 Masonic and impacts the neighborhood. Unclear how enforcement would occur.